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How to Reframe Your Words

How to Reframe Your Words

Thoughts impact emotions and behaviors. If a resolution is worded in a way that is negative or restricting, it isn't going to help you to feel good or motivated to achieve it. Studies show that expressing a desire to have more self-control could actually have the opposite effect on behavior.

Try to word your resolutions using positive statements rather than imposing restrictions or implying that something is negative.

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